BBM too conservative, or are the rest Nuts?
July 7, 2008 at 8:38 pm #8524JirikiParticipant
how bad was the torque loss?July 7, 2008 at 10:20 pm #8530BuddParticipant
This was done before I got it, so I am not sure.
“I am the best I am at what I do, and what I do ain’t nice.”-WolverineJuly 7, 2008 at 10:49 pm #8532
heh, thats exactly what I want to hear! The Virago 250 is on the top of my current list of “possible bikes to get” I know that it’s not a speed demon on the highways (but then again, neither am I) but it’s nice to know that some people CAN get them on there.
I’m really wanting to get something in the 250 range, both for the fact that it’s smaller, lighter, and cheaper; and for the fact that they’re better on gas than the mid to heavy bikes.
I gather you enjoy your Virago? it looks pretty slick, how’s it ride?July 7, 2008 at 10:55 pm #8533
is that here on the site?
if so I think I may have read some of it, I’ll take another look. the sportsbikes aren’t my thing, but I DO like to read up on what else is out there, and how they work. I’m not saying I’ll never get on a sportbike, or don’t like people who like sportbikes, but my preferences lie elsewhere (I’d drive a wrangler over a mustang, for instance…unless it’s a shelby cobra, everyone’s gotta have an exception) but hey, like they say, as long as you’re on two wheels, it’s all good.July 7, 2008 at 10:58 pm #8534
I’m new yet, but I think I just might be in the “get it” rather than “doesn’t get it” but time will tell
hey I noticed you’re in the bay area, which is where I’ll be when I finally get my bike. maybe one day after I’ve practiced enough to be allowed on the highway, I’ll join in on one of your group rides (if you allow us cruisers with ya )
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